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2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver, Brushless ESC and 2 x Linear Servos All-in-one (5ch)

2.4Ghz SuperMicro Systems - Receiver, Brushless ESC and 2 x Linear Servos All-in-one (5ch)

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The 2.4ghz SuperMicro All-in-one unit combines a receiver, 3.5A brushless ESC and 2 x linear servos in one compact micro sized PCB.

Specs.
Channels: 5
Frequency: 2.4Ghz
Type: FHSS
ESC: 3.5A (4A max) integrated brushless
Size: 55.00mm x 7.80mm x 18.10mm
Weight: 2.9g (w/out wires)
Voltage: 3.0V~4.2V (1S Lipoly)
Antenna Length: 30mm

Features:
Programmable ESC
1mm JST connector
Two additional servo ports
Compatible with the SuperMicro single linear servo (HK1300)

Included.
1 x HK0104ARX-LBL All-in-one unit

Requires.
2.4Ghz SuperMicro System module

  • SKU HK0104ARX-LBL
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hi ihave a problem with the throttle stick setup on my turnigy 9x with HK0104ARX-LBL. the throttle is not as usual (mode 2) on the vertical left stick! it works only on the horizontal left stick eaven if i change the mode 1-4 in the menu, it stays horizontal. is there a way to programm the throttle to work on the left vertical stick?

thanks

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hi ihave a problem with the throttle stick setup on my turnigy 9x with HK0104ARX-LBL. the throttle is not as usual (mode 2) on the vertical left stick! it works only on the horizontal left stick eaven if i change the mode 1-4 in the menu, it stays horizontal. is there a way to programm the throttle to work on the left vertical stick?

thanks

does anyone know how to change the the gas stick on my Turnigy 9x? mine remains on a horizontal deviation stick!
thanks for any help!!!

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does anyone know how to change the the gas stick on my Turnigy 9x? mine remains on a horizontal deviation stick!
thanks for any help!!!

I have 2 Hk0104ARX-HBL they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 4000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff.

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

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I have 2 Hk0104ARX-HBL they work fine, but I am tired of chasing my tail to get power. With the apo3 4000 KV even with a 300MA 35C it hits low voltage cutoff.

So i did a test cutoff is at 3.48volts at 1.5amps thats crap. supermicro needs to fix this, thats not right

It is such a clean install with on board Brushless ESC, could you at Super Micro Fix this and maybe a two cell versions for us aggressive 3D People.

I used this unit in a 11 inch span Sperry Messenger model. http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1627695 AUW of 26 grams. Paired it with an AP-02 motor. The rx block was great, fit well in the narrow fuselage whereas other brands of bricks would have been too wide. The plane has flown with good authority. The only issue is that the motor starts only 50pcnt of the time. Advancing the throttle a second time usually starts the motor and after that it runs fine through the flight. If the unit were programmable, a higher frequency would probably solve the problem. I used my Hitec Optic 6 with no issues. Radio worked immediately with no binding process needed. I will be buying more of these bricks. Love the narrow profile.

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I used this unit in a 11 inch span Sperry Messenger model. http://www.rcgroups.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1627695 AUW of 26 grams. Paired it with an AP-02 motor. The rx block was great, fit well in the narrow fuselage whereas other brands of bricks would have been too wide. The plane has flown with good authority. The only issue is that the motor starts only 50pcnt of the time. Advancing the throttle a second time usually starts the motor and after that it runs fine through the flight. If the unit were programmable, a higher frequency would probably solve the problem. I used my Hitec Optic 6 with no issues. Radio worked immediately with no binding process needed. I will be buying more of these bricks. Love the narrow profile.

The Rx comes in an anti-static bag, with no instructions. I highly recommend downloading the manual from the "Files" tab above, as it covers both the Tx modules and all the Rx in this range. As shown, my Rx weighed 3.52g. After I soldered a motor connector (6pin M-plug) to the pads at the edge of the Rx, it weighed 3.67g. The battery connector fits the 1S Minium-style cells as is. Servo travel is around 3.5mm in each direction. Bound in the internal Brushless ESC mode, I was able to get my BL motor controllable. There are 2 points which will take 1mm screws for mounting this Rx. The antenna is a thin insulated wire, and I would advise strengthening its solder point with a bead of hot-melt glue. The max width of this Rx is 18.2mm, which should suit narrow-body models. Overall this Rx looks promising, though I have not flown it yet.

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The Rx comes in an anti-static bag, with no instructions. I highly recommend downloading the manual from the "Files" tab above, as it covers both the Tx modules and all the Rx in this range. As shown, my Rx weighed 3.52g. After I soldered a motor connector (6pin M-plug) to the pads at the edge of the Rx, it weighed 3.67g. The battery connector fits the 1S Minium-style cells as is. Servo travel is around 3.5mm in each direction. Bound in the internal Brushless ESC mode, I was able to get my BL motor controllable. There are 2 points which will take 1mm screws for mounting this Rx. The antenna is a thin insulated wire, and I would advise strengthening its solder point with a bead of hot-melt glue. The max width of this Rx is 18.2mm, which should suit narrow-body models. Overall this Rx looks promising, though I have not flown it yet.

There was a question - at this system engine management goes on the channel 1 (look the instruction in section Files). It can be corrected somehow? Usually gas is a channel number 3. At me transmitter Turnigy 9x, and there as choose MODE 1-4, the first channel all the same remains on a horizontal deviation stick!

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There was a question - at this system engine management goes on the channel 1 (look the instruction in section Files). It can be corrected somehow? Usually gas is a channel number 3. At me transmitter Turnigy 9x, and there as choose MODE 1-4, the first channel all the same remains on a horizontal deviation stick!

- 1. ( Files) - ? Turnigy 9x, MODE 1-4, &#1

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- 1. ( Files) - ? Turnigy 9x, MODE 1-4, &#1

A beautiful package with several HUGE problems for those with little technical ability. It comes with NO instructions, nor does it have a connector or wires soldered to where I assume the ESC connection is to be made.
It will thus require the ability to solder onto 3 very small pads on the board. See the lower left of the picture. The user must be proficient in soldering small parts and must have a very small, low wattage iron with a fine tip and the proper wire size.

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A beautiful package with several HUGE problems for those with little technical ability. It comes with NO instructions, nor does it have a connector or wires soldered to where I assume the ESC connection is to be made.
It will thus require the ability to solder onto 3 very small pads on the board. See the lower left of the picture. The user must be proficient in soldering small parts and must have a very small, low wattage iron with a fine tip and the proper wire size.

Just received mine today, looks like whoever packed it just put the antenna wire loose in the bag with the Rx; it was not connected to the board. It still bound though, and everything works although the servos have noticeable steps in their movement. I haven't weighed it yet.
Over all pretty good for the price and I'm mostly happy. I just wish they would make the antenna out of something more flexible, this is the second supermicro Rx I've had with antenna missing.

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Just received mine today, looks like whoever packed it just put the antenna wire loose in the bag with the Rx; it was not connected to the board. It still bound though, and everything works although the servos have noticeable steps in their movement. I haven't weighed it yet.
Over all pretty good for the price and I'm mostly happy. I just wish they would make the antenna out of something more flexible, this is the second supermicro Rx I've had with antenna missing.

Hi, The receiver works fine but does anyone know where to buy servo extention leads for the 1mm jst plugs as i would like to be able to plug in exta servos and the servo leads are very short.

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Hi, The receiver works fine but does anyone know where to buy servo extention leads for the 1mm jst plugs as i would like to be able to plug in exta servos and the servo leads are very short.

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